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Migrate Confluence but NOT Jira

We have server hosted Jira and Confluence and looking to migrate only Confluence to the cloud.

Reason for this is we have stopped using Jira so no need to migrate it.

The problem we can see is Jira manages the user accounts in both Jira and Confluence so how do we overcome potential issues just migrating Confluence?

There are only 10 users presently so not a big deal to add them back - any thoughts around this would be appreciated.

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Carlos Garcia Navarro
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Aug 02, 2021

Hi @itasonline ,

Have you checked this article? It describes how to migrate Confluence to Cloud:

This procedure will not work for Jira products, and it has some comments on how users are handled. This one sounded interesting:

If you use Confluence as a knowledge base for Jira Service Management (formerly Jira Service Desk), your Jira Service Management users may also be migrated along with your Confluence users. This will happen if you can see your Jira Service Management users in the cwd_user table in Confluence

Thank you Carlos, I will review that article and see how best to use it.



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